5 Best Christmas Proposals
By Tiffany Moore , Thursday, December 17, 2015
It’s the time for fun and festivities and to be with the ones you love. Christmas is always a special time of year for friends and family and if you have someone who is particularly close to your heart, this is the ideal time to make their day with a Christmas proposal. If you want to do more than ask on bended knee, here are some ideas with the 5 best Christmas proposals ever.
1. Smile for the camera
A family photo session isn’t usually a time for tears and tissues but when Tyne and Jamie posed for the annual Christmas snaps, only one of them knew what was happening behind them. All it needed was a camera and the help of others for a unique Christmas gift.
2. If you tell Santa what you want for Christmas…
A trip to see Santa at the mall is a part of the magic of Christmas – whatever your age. When Santa asked Didi what she wanted to find under her tree, it was a very definite answer. Little did she know that she had obviously been a very good girl all year as he had a gift with her name on it.
3. A very British proposal
A trip to the pantomime in the UK is part of Christmas festivities for many families; this year visitors to the theater were treated to the fairytale of Sleeping Beauty. What happened during the performance though wasn’t how the story usually begins…..but it’s certainly a magical ending.
4. All I want for Christmas
When Danielle and boyfriend visited Santa Lane, she stood with a smile on her face as the Mariah Carey classic played in time to the dancing festive lights. She was spellbound by the display along with all those who had joined her to see the beauty of the illumination, but in reality everything was really a very special holiday surprise aimed just at her.
5. Not your usual Flashmob
Flashmobs are designed to take the unsuspecting public by surprise and this certainly happened here. What doesn’t normally happen however is that a flashmob is in turn itself subject to a surprise arrival and this really wasn’t the expected ending for someone taking part.
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